Forgotten that it was such a long album great range of styles and moods great songwriting
Lovely album and band but suffers by following the White Album, What You Do To Me was the first track of theirs I really loved
Thought I'd enjoy it more than I did as I like that period of music and have one of their live albums. Didn't know this album and found some great tracks but there were some I couldn't bear listening to by the end of the day
Good fun didn't recognise many of the tracks - probably better live than as background music to work to, could have done with a bit less filler and more catchy tracks
Wasn't looking forward to listening to this one but pleasantly surprised. There's too much filler with a low level of memorable tunes or/and riffs. However 'Alive' is a brilliant 5 star track so I nearly forgive them all.
Solid 4 star beautiful singing, tight band and rhythm, educational yet danceable and uplifting. How can you not love it? Maybe a bit too much of the same feel to make it to a five star.
Thought I knew it and didn't like it, that 1980s one TWO three FOUR drum beat on a few tracks was annoying, I'd probably enjoy a remixed version. However after repeated listens decided it was quite good.
Great catchy atmospheric songs, tight musicianship, stands up well to repeated listening even after listening to it a lot 30 years ago
Solid 5 star, could and did listen to it all day. Epitome of punk/rock/new wave/whatever.
Poor ravers' Daft Punk, really annoying singing, didn't see the point of it. Loved 'We Are Your Friends' by that's a collaboration and not on this album
Great album - Elvis really can sing, excellent band and timeless classics, you can see how he repackaged black american music for white ears but it's still a five star
Sublime 6 stars
Really enjoyed it solid